Black Ribbon Project

for health care freedom and the doctor-patient relationship

Why these decisions need to be yours

Which is more important, education or medical care?

Answer: It depends.

It depends on your individual circumstances, which is exactly why the “allocation of resources” needs to be a private not a public decision.

See: Neb. education groups urged to fight health reform

“Increased funding for Medicaid is likely to result in less funding for education,” Heineman says…

“Apparently the governor is willing to pit kids versus kids,” said Sen. Jeremy Nordquist of Omaha. “Should we educate them or make them healthy?”

Heineman points out in the letter that the three largest pieces of the state budget are K-12 education, higher education, and Medicaid.

Read the rest here.

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